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Instrument flight rules (IFR) are a set of regulations governing aircraft operations. IFR permits flying and navigating by instruments alone in conditions where there is no visual reference outside the aircraft.

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Flying a missed approach while circling can require some judgement, as the procedures are designed to originate at the missed approach point. Going missed while circling can mean starting the procedur …
answered Apr 1 '16 by NathanG
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This is a somewhat tricky situation. The FAA has issued multiple legal interpretations that IFR traffic are bound by the same rules for traffic pattern direction as VFR traffic, even when circling: se …
answered Mar 4 '18 by NathanG
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The rules on this are well-established and clear. They are laid out in FAR §91.185(c)(2). In particular, you should fly at an altitude which is (emphasis mine): At the highest of the following alt …
answered Nov 11 '15 by NathanG
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The key point is in your last sentence: In the case of class G airspace from the ground, the airspace is uncontrolled. Uncontrolled airspace is, well, uncontrolled. An appropriately rated, curr …
answered Oct 12 '15 by NathanG
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An appropriately installed GPS may be used until crossing the final approach fix on a non-localizer approach, and until the segment requiring navigation via the localizer on a LOC, ILS, SDF, or LDA ap …
answered Apr 3 '16 by NathanG
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The answers to these questions can be found in the AIM in section 6-4-1. All quotes are from that page. To the first question, you should expect to receive a clearance to 8,000 feet twenty minutes af …
answered Oct 19 '15 by NathanG
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Yes: Consider the Zlin Z 242. The type certificate shows that it is certified in the Acrobatic, Utility, and Normal categories. In the section for Optional Equipment, the aircraft can be sold with …
answered Jan 30 '15 by NathanG